Most people wait until they’re 65 to retire. And I get it.
Way back in the day, I used to be a contractor and I had my own construction business. I was also breaking my back every single day.
I was working terrible hours and I was missing out on time with my family, my wife, and my kids.
Now, I’m still busy, but I’m doing something I love, I’m meeting new and wonderful people, and best of all, I get to spend time with my wife and kids.
Using Real Estate for Retirement
My question to you is - why wait until you’re 65 to retire?
There’s stories all over the internet about how people are retiring at 35 or younger. That seems crazy, right?
In the 1990’s, the average age for retirement was 60; it’s now 65.
A few years ago, the Federal Reserve conducted a survey and found that a good majority of Americans would struggle to cover a $400 expense.
This was after a major housing crash, but at least two years before a global pandemic; what do you think that number is now?
Guys, you can absolutely retire before the age of 65, while putting away money in savings, so you can cover those unexpected expenses.
Real estate investing can be done without a large amount of cash, without credit checks, without licenses.
I created an hour long case study to show you exactly how we’re doing this:
My business was able to grow exponentially by using one of the best investments for retirement. Along the way, I learned and understood 3 key things:
How to wholesale real estate
How to fix and flip houses
How to use creative financing for real estate
Even during the coronavirus, I still was learning, I was still working, and I was still helping where I could.
Regardless of whether you start with wholesaling, fix and flipping, or creative financing, navigating real estate investing is a great path to retirement.
Retire when you want to retire and spend more time with your family.
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